Gutsy cinema that breaks new ground
ARGENTINA, South Korea, Austria
| 100 minutes | 2016
A cleaning woman stumbles onto the practices of her boss’s wealthy neighbours in this deliciously provocative social satire. Belen needs a job. She finds work as a cleaner for a wealthy family living in a gated community in suburban Buenos Aires. Soon, however, she discovers that her sanitized surroundings conceal a colony of nudists, letting it all hang out in communion with nature — and more. The latest work from Austro-Argentine Lukas Valenta Rinner (Parabellum), A Decent Woman is the heir apparent to the work of Yorgos Lanthimos: satirical and off the beaten track.
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